Special Alloys for Powder metallurgy
Special alloy powders remain a great source of usage in powder metallurgy. Powder metallurgy is a technique that involves collection of production methods in which different types of alloy powders are added to from desired shape of product using fine alloy granules. Green Earth Chemicals has been involved in the production of different types of organic as well as inorganic chemicals. With excellent research and testing equipments, electrochemical analyzer, etc we are able to keep up with growth in the production of varieties of industry specific special alloy powders. These powders contains excellent properties which make them preferred for higher range of industries including aerospace, fireworks, electrode welding, etc.
Chromium Metal Powder
These are high quality electrolytic chromium metal powder formed with minimum percentage of impurities. It is widely used in electrode welding. This material is also found be of great use as hardener of aluminium and coating applications. When it comes to making of specialty alloys, this powder has an excellent usage in the production of nickel, cobalt-based alloy, etc as these alloys do not require iron and contains temperature and corrosion resistant properties.
Hafnium dioxide is a best alternative for silicon oxide in field effect transistors. It is a most preferred compound that is applied in the making of integrated circuits. It shows high melting point and helps to increase logic density and reduce powder consumption in processor. Hafinum dioxide is also found to be an excellent component in the making of antireflection multilayer coating for laser resistant optical component as it has 2.1 real refractive index wavelength range.
High purity chromium metal powder
High purity chromium metal powder is made through a series of process and it stays an important component in the application of high temperature applications such as solar applications, nanotechnology, etc where high density surface area is desired.
Ti-al alloy powder
Ti-al alloy powder is preferred for its low density, high strength and excellent oxidation resistance properties. It is applied for structural processes in aerospace industry and automotive production. Power plants also find great usage of this component for its high-temperature structural application, high melting point capacity and modulus retention property.
It belongs to nano material and appears to be more effective in UV absorption. It is fond to show more benefits when used as a white pigment as the pigment texture exhibits high light-scattering properties. It suits for applications where opacity is required.
Titanium hydride powder
Titanium hydride powder is preferred for its light weight and corrosion resistant properties and it is widely applied in thermal spray coating applications of different types of ceramics. The hydrogen source of this component makes this product for applying in powder metallurgy and de-oxidation process. Other applications include aerospace, machinery, automobiles, jewelry, etc.
Titanium sponge and Titanium zirconium alloy
Titanium sponge is one of the basic raw materials that are used in the refining process of titanium metal. Titanium zirconium alloy is used as an intermediate alloy additive in biomedical application and as an important ingredient in fire work manufacturing.
Special alloy powders are high temperature and corrosion resistant. These are produced through different types of processes and stay very effective in wide range of applications where high temperature is applied including aerospace, fireworks, explosives, etc.